anti-fit
 adj.— «A jeans manufacturer has a commercial for a new brand of jeans “with anti-fit.” I was still struggling with this concept when I heard a woman fashion expert on the radio say “Of course, most clothes now are anti-fit.” What the hell is going on?…Presumably anti-fit means tailors no longer have to ask if you dress to the left or the right. For mothers who took their sons to buy suits or trousers, briefing them on the correct way to answer that question was a greater challenge than explaining human reproduction.» —“Adwatch” by Willie Lupin Musings from Middle England (England) Apr. 21, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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